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The American Printing House has braille note cards, holiday cards and birthday cards.
The Clovernook Center for the Blind sells greeting cards in its online store.
Tina Blatter offers braille and large print greeting cards with tactile designs:
2600 W. 28th St.
Sioux Fall, SD 57105
Braille Enterprises (Abingdon, MD) sells braille greeting cards for Christmas, birthdays and other holidays and special events. They also specialize in "providing the hospitality industry with high-quality Braille and large print service literature for their patrons with visual impairments."
The Foundation for Blind Children (Phoenix, AZ) sells holiday cards in six different designs; a pack of 20 cards and 21 envelopes is $5.00. Each card has a message inside in both Braille and print: May This Holiday Season Fill Your Life With Peace." An on-line order form is available.
Hallmark Cards sells everyday greeting cards in both large print and braille at its stores.
Stephen Mickey offers plaques, greeting cards and book marks, plus large print and Braille cards. All feature original poetry by Mickey.
P.O. Box 172
224 W. Main St.
St. Nazianz, WI 54232
The National Braille Press sells tactile greeting cards with a variety of raised designs. The cards be brailled with a personal message.
Prophecy Designs, Inc.
Rt. 32, Box 84
Roundpond, ME 04564
Another address for Prophecy Designs:
Prophecy Designs Braille Cards
505 Circle Drive
Robbinsville, NJ 08691-1526
Phone: (609) 259-5318
Fax: (609) 259-5318
Shadows in the Dark sells a wide variety of brailled illustrated greeting cards for all occasions, in English as well as six other languages. Their site offers other gift items as well.
8053 S. Phillips Ave.
Chicago, IL 60617
Volunteer Services for the Visually Handicapped, Inc. sells a multipurpose greeting card suitable for all occasions. It has a multilevel embossed design of a gift package with a ribbon that forms a heart. Inside is a print and brailled greeting. Packages of 20 cards are $15.
803 West Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1436
The American Foundation for the Blind has a Resource List of organizations supplying braille greeting cards. It's not yet available on their web site (December 1999) but you can order a copy by e-mailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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